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? >> reporter: i did her name is carol o'hare and her mother 79-year-old moving from new jersey to danville, to live with her. carol says 11 years later the anniversary is like reliving that day. from song to silence memorial service in union city honors passengers and crew of san francisco bound flight 93. >> christian adams, todd beamer. >> reporter: carol o'hare of danville lost her mother 11 years ago today. >> i woke up to a happy day my mother was moving from california to new jersey. >> reporter: that chapter of their life to the would never come to be. >> the day devolved from there not knowing where she was, not finding anything out until i was on the phone with my sister in new jersey. we saw it on the crawl line on cnn that flight 93 had crashed in rural pennsylvania. i think everything went to hell from there for everybody, especially my mom. >> reporter: michael emerson created this place of reflection. a marine, determined to not let the victims be forgotten. >> when i told family members i was coming out with flowers, i said -- they said i would like to come, then the mayor a
of the busiest airports, chicago o'hare. we just learned about planes so close, pilots have said they are only alive because of luck and their own fast reflexes. here's abc's alex perez. >> reporter: a potentially deadly mid air collision. express jet flight 6075 was taking off from chicago's o'hare in may 2011 when panic suddenly filled the cockpit. sky west 6958 was coming in on, quote, a collision course. the express jet pilot was able to react quigley. after nearly being killed, i keyed up the mike and yelled to the tower controller what the expletive was that. three months earlier, another close call at o'hare, same situation, same runway. as a result of close calls at o'hare, the faa has taken action. there's a new intersection warning and the controllers responsible for those two run waifrs now sit right next to each other to eliminate confusion. there were seven near serious collisions across the country in 2011 and in this case, the credit goes to the pilot. >> i took overt pilot action to avoid an error. we got lucky. that's clearly a cause for concern. >> reporter: the faa points ou
. >> reporter: a potentially deadly midair collision. express jet flight 6075 was taking off from chicago's o'hare airport in may 2011 when panic suddenly filled the cockpit. sky west 5958 coming in on a, quote, collision course. the express jet pilot was able to react quickly averting disaster. newly released interviews reveal the pilot's fear after nearly being killed, i keyed up the mike and yelled to the comptroller what the [ bleep ] was that, he said. just a few months later, close call at o'hare airport, same situation, same runways. as a result of the close calls here at o'hare airport, the faa has taken corrective action. there's a new virtual intersection warning, and the controllers responsible for those two runways now sit next to each other to eliminate confusion. there were seven serious near collisions across the country in 2011. in this case, the credit goes to the pilots. >> it took overt pilot action to avoid an error. we got lucky. that's -- that's clearly cause for concern. >> reporter: the faa points out 99.99% of airline operations went off without a hitch. though pilots and
visited chicago land touching down at o'hare not long ago. he is raising money for the election campaign he expects to haul $3 million. president obama raising over $140 million last month romney not far behind with 111 million. it's the first time since april that he has had a fund-raising edge. there appears to be a bit of a convention bump for the president, to polls out tonight show the president opened with a slight lead against mitt romney. both polls are outside of the market however the romney campaign, a post convention sugar high is what it was called and they hope the number will come down. back in afghanistan and already being targeted by the taliban. nato secretary general responded his first tour was in 2000 and eight. still to come, he touched their lives and now they are changing is a suburban teacher gets a helping hand from some of its former students then later why parents should feel guilty about letting their babies cry it out in the middle of the night sometimes. 4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you cho
transportation safety board about two close calls in the air at one of the busiest airplanes, chicago o'hare. we learned with planes so close, pilots said they are only alive because of luck and their own fast reflexes. here's abc's alex perez. >> reporter: an dangerous almost on-air collision. the express jet was coming in. after nearly being ill account i keyed up the mike and yelled to the tower controller what the expletive was that. three months earlier, another close call at o'hare, same situation, same runway. as a result of close calls at o'hare, the faa has taken action. the controllers responsible for those two runways now sit next to each other to eliminate confusion. there were seven near serious collisions across the country and in this case the credit goes to the pilot. >> i took overt pilot action to avoid an error. we got lucky. that's clearly a cause for concern. >> reporter: the faa points out 99.99% of airline operations went off without a hitch. though pilots and pains may wonder if that's good enough. alex perez, abc news, chicago. >>> and still ahead here on "world news," h
believe it or not this morning at about 9:00 o'hare reported some light rain but only a trace actually was measured. look at the time lapse pictures from this afternoon water temperatures now and the low sixties we have had a wind off of the lake we had a high officially today of 67 degrees that is three degrees below normal but noticed some of the other interesting things on this chart one being the cooler temperatures in parts of west texas. we're also going to get a cold front. it is a cool night out there, look at these numbers readings in the mid '50s at o'hare. midway airport in the '50s. we expect us to pick up with time. it looks like sunday will be windy as this chart indicates but it will dissipate with time. the cool air is trying to dislodge but notice what happens tuesday we have a big chunk of cold air moving down just ahead of a nice warmup by wednesday but could make it to 80 or 81 degrees but it is going to be a close call is going to be cold indeed. daytime highs expected to be in the '50s. plenty of cold air, wins all across the area with the possible exception of a
outside chicago's o'hare airport yesterday. pilots have canceled more than 300 flights and the airline is cutting 1% to 2% of flights till the end of october. >>> happening now, people all over the country are lining up outside apple stores to get the new iphone. this was in chicago. we are 3 and a half hours to go till the iphone 5 officially goes on sale. some analysts think apple could sell they think more than 10 million phones by monday. linda is live outside the verizon store. how long have those people been camping there? >> reporter: a long time. mary and jason, you ever been here since when? >> about 1:00 this morning. >> reporter: okay. what's the big deal about the iphone 5? >> it's a huge release. this is going to be my first iphone. this is the release for me. >> reporter: jason, you have the iphone 4 right now. what is it about this phone that makes you so excited? >> the faster processor speed. i've been thinking since i switched over to iphone when it came out for verizon, in two years i'll get whatever the newest one. i'm really excited. >> reporter: they have been tal
. >>> federal officials release aid report about two extremely close calls in chicago's busy o'hare airport. in both in stances, the planes came so close to colliding that pilots had to rely on quick reflexes, reflexes, and sheer luck. as abc's alex perez explains, changes have been made to keep it from happening again. >> reporter: a potentially deadly midair collision, express jet flight 6075 was taking off from chicago's o'hare airport in may 2011 when panning suddenly filled the cockpit. sky west 5958 coming in on a quote, collision course. the express jet pilot was able to react quickly averting disaster. newly released interviews reveal the pilot's fear after nearly being killed, i keyed up the meek and yelled to tt comptroller what the [ bleep ] was that, he said. just a few months later, close call at o'hare airport, same situation, same runways. as a result of the close calls here at o'hare airport, the faa has taken corrective action. there is a new virtual intersection warnened and the controller responsible for the two run ways now sit next to each other to eliminate confusion.
... as hundreds of pilots picketed outsidd chicago's o'hare international airport.they're protesting new contract terms... that include more flying hours and benefit cuts.it's all part of the airline's chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.the company says pilots uuhappy with the contract... are calling in sick and filing &pmore maintenance reports. because of that... the airline is cutting 1 to 2 percent of flights through the end of october. a big day for "apple"... dozens of people have been camming outside apple stores all over the world this week... in anticipation for the new i-phone 5.this is the scene in chiccgo. the i-phone 5 launcc is set for 8 this morning... but onlines sales have already &ptopped 2 million... that's double the i-phone 4!! technology experts are predicting sales could reach 10 million units. units. joel d. smith is live in timonium to see if the phone meets the hype, and also see why people are willing to line up for the "chance" of getting one today. gooo morning joel d. 3 3 it's friday and that means it's your turnnto sound off on our facebook page about a
... >> the federal government is giving $12 million to spruce up o'hare and midway airports. the money will be used to put special signs on the airport to improve the ability. it will also help the runway to accommodate new planes. mayor emanuel said the improvements will make the airport better and provide jobs. a medical watch with a completely new heart to save a man's life. and talk about sticker shot a couple of gas stations on the east coast are selling gasoline for $10 a gallon. >> and no more super sizing sugary soft drinks in a major city. pick 3 - 766; pick 4 - 8679; lucky day lotto - 13-15-34-14- 36. in tonights medical watch - a story that may overwhelm your heart - about a man who has no heart - at least no human organ. instead he walked out of the hospital today with an artificial heart pumping blood through his body keeping him alive. this is 64 year old leroy haynes. he has a natural warm smile, bright eyes - and no heart muscle. >> dr. dr. chadrick cross /advocate christ medical center/cardiovascular surgeon: we are delighted and pleased at the success mr. haynes has reached.
at three german airports leaving 26,000 passengers stranded. flights to o'hare - as well as service to los angeles houston beijing and mexico city - have been canceled. the flight attendants' union wants a five percent pay increase and guarantees against outsourcing and use of temporary workers. lufthansa says it will not improve its offer to raise the pay by three and a half percent in exchange for longer hours. tom [ female announcer ] this is laura. laura's being healthy and chewing her multivitamin. introducing one-a-day vitacraves for women! finally, a great-tasting gummy multivitamin designed... for women with more calcium and vitamin d. it's gummies for grown-ups. new one-a-day vitacraves for women.noú]@?@ó@,ç?ú@ó@46ú?ñstú] ç@xúópç0ó<@Ñp=pe÷w@wtñúh ú[l÷@úÑú%úfú÷w@pl0l@f@oúñ@i@/@r@[x@ó oxqúp÷ú<ú?@póñpúúóúñpvú>ñ÷.p;ú?@cñú+ xyú=nw v @Ñ 0úkñÑú?p@kúwúz0(ú?(> né'húç@@o@oúw@émúó@w@? @ó@ç Ñ0=úop2@ox?ú8ú2 mvÑ@x@7@[xvúy ÷xxñ÷7x ú@çññ@vÑqpúpúuúçúó@w ?@vÑ why let constipation
and stopped by the fire station at o'hare while catching a flight for nevada at the fire house he shook hands with some of the fire men and women who gave a moment of silence is a tribute to those who died in the attacks. people across the chicago area participated in public events to remember those killed in that horrific event in our nation's history. >> on a bright morning much like september 11, 2001 a couple thousand students from low charter schools on west 47th held up american flags as the larger school flag was lowered to half staff just part of the fervent patriotism displayed during a ceremony to remember 911. the day terrorist crashed passenger planes into four sites around the country, this was a day to honor the 3000 people who lost their lives during the painful violence spawned by rabid terrorists. while most of the 1800 students gathered here today have no vivid remembrances of 911 the hope is that programs like this will help them learn about the ignorance of hatred so that they can grow up to be better adults and prevent tragedies like this from ever happening again. >>
would be tomorrow night october 13th is the average first day at o'hare. look at the temperatures. remember thermometer level temperatures are up around six degrees. showers perhaps like a fed drains will start turning on in indiana later tonight and it may crush this illinois line. tomorrow mixed clouds and a son, nearly 20 degrees cooler. we could see a sprinkel buildup in the afternoon. fairly substantial rain showers will come in. 32 far northwest suburbs about 41 at o'hare and 47 at the lakefront. we're going into a cool pattern for the rest of september. it will be thanksgiving pretty soon. >> >> some iphone fans just could not wait to get their hands on to the latest version. and a look at the newest addition to the national zoo. excuse us, while we change into something more comfortable. cool. introducing, the square sunnyd bottle. copd makes it hard to breathe but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications advair contains both an ant
cover. but the winds are the big story. right now we have a 14 mi. per hour wind at o'hare airport high-temperature today up to 70 degrees. we will show you those numbers in just a moment but look how far north and northwest the warm air extended about those numbers look at these overnight nolow temperatures. nothing like that tomorrow morning we expect our overnight low temperatures to be above 50 in most areas thanks to the continuing southwest breeze, tonight it's 62 across o'hare. breezy but clear out there. we have two systems we are watching one coming at us from the plains and another coming at us from canada. normally that might be the formula for showers and thunderstorms for chicago but timing is everything, here is the cold air looking at the upper air pitcher you conceded trying to drift off to the east but ames around the chicago area for much of the week. you can see the warm air does essentially envelop chicago. we're probably seeing some 80 degree air right here. wind speeds from about 10-16 mi. per hour and gusts are above 20 mi. per hour at times but notice that wins
be a nice day we are expecting strong storms across chicago midway and o'hare you have to check in if you are flying into the nation's mid section. back home low clouds and fog absent for now. pretty good conditions no delays at sfo. nice weekend ahead, details on that coming up. >>> sheriff's deputies considering their next move in the search for a bay area man missing along the sacramento river, 20-year-old brett olson of lafayette vanished sunday. his friends last saw him near a spot on the river called beer can beach, dogs sniffed for any signs of olson. his family and friends have joined the search, led by deputies. missing flyers have appeared on the campus in lafayette where olson went to school he's in his junior year. >>> it was very emotional, the campus is emotional about it, the community is emotional about it. our thoughts are with them hopefully this will end okay. >> olson's family is pouring over video like this one taken at the beach hoping they might see him in the background. >>> san francisco firefighter will receive the state's highest honor next week in sacramento. h
arrival delay, charlotte flight departure delays. o'hare flight arrival delays with the low clouds we may have delays here at sfo. use our flight tracker abc7news.com. >>> 4:49. this morning a san jose firefighter who suffered a heart attack while battling a church fire is showing significant signs of improvement. frank ryan is awake and talking to family and friends now. he still is listed in critical condition word of his improving is the news a lot of people have been waiting for. many of his co-workers have been by his side since he collapsed last thursday. they are vowing to stay with him and his family until he recovers. >>> police in chinatown warning about a trio of women targeting residents. a woman in pink is the mark. earlier the suspects convinced her she stepped on blood and needed to get rid of evil spirits by having her money and jewelry blessed. she went home, got her valuables and returned to the suspects who switched bags they told the victim not to look into the bag for 30 days. police believe the us is speck -- believe they targeted others. >>> construction crews in th
85 de los detenidos proceden de barrios que son minorÍas en el bronx o'hare l harlem. >>> de parte de jÓvenes indocumentados que quieren bfrz zairs del programa de acciÓn diferida una de las se des diplomÁtica en el consulado de mÉxico en san francisco los pedido gs de pasaporte y matrÍculas se han multiplicado. >>> habÍr han intentado alredede 35% en comparaciÓn con meses anteriores. >>> un millÓn 700 mil jovenes califican para el programa de acciÓn diferida tienen que presentar documentos validos que prueben que han vid en estados unidos entre las edad kz especÍfica esa medida. y mucho se habla de la cifra de muertos que cobra la lucha del narcotrÁfico en mÉxico. edgar muÑoz hablÓ con un que militar sobre la cuento grerr y& nos dice lo que piensa. >>> las bajas en el gobierno de felipe calderÓn son las mÁs grandes que se tiene re jis otro en varias dÉcadas. 187 soldado han muerto de des que se declaÓo la guerra al narcotrÁfico 31 militares fueron secuestrados y aparecieron muertos. hay otros vivos retirados por inutilidad. y el ejÉrcito no se acuerda de ellos. >>
informational picketing at chicago's o'hare. so far, no indication of safety being compromised. the company plans to cut flights up to 2% over the next two months in an attempt to keep service reliable and minimize impact, all this as passenger are left in the middle. >> people are starting to shop for thanksgiving. they do have a choice. these airlines need to get their act together. >> reporter: the question for american is even if it survives bankruptcy, can it survive the damage from the confidence. >>> you'll have to wait until sunday night to see how jimmy kimmel handles the emmy's. it's his first time hosting the show. although kimmel is used to a live show and audience every nierkts the emmys is a big deal. he said flat out his nerves are shot. >> i'm more nervous than excited. it's one of those things you want it to go well but you don't know until after it's over. >> kimmel would not give up any secrets about the big show other than to say he's got a prank planned and you have to stay tuned. it airs sunday night at 7 p.m. right here on abc2. >> the nypd is releasing surveillance v
. real sweet dog. >> the dog's owner is a man named tony o'hare. >> we don't live in the best neighborhood. i have two young daughters. >> he says look, i have these dogs to protect my family and i had trained them to do just that. >> if i'm not home i know my wife is safe, my children are safe. >> tony believes they didn't have to shootxd the dog. >> hard to listen to him because in one moment he's saying these dogs wouldn't hurt anyone and then in the next moment he's saying i trained them to do just that. >> it's difficult to judge the situation because the safety of the officer was in danger. >> no injuries to the officer from this incident and the police department has filed a use of force report to see if the actions of this officer were justified. >>> this is in madrid where people continue to protest over the current economic climate. reports are calling these anti-austerity riots. some reports estimate that nearly 50,000 people gathered on tuesday night outside parliament. you can see the huge crowds of people, but watch police in this first video. they're going at th
. in each case a regional vote at o'hare international came several hundred feet from crashing into another plane. the pilots in both cases made last second maneuvers to avoid impact. we have head of boyd group aviation. good to have you. should i be worried about this? >>guest: that number of 1,000 are the ones we know about. a lot goes on we don't know about. our air tr system is so understaffed and undermanaged, we are living on borrowed time. >>shepard: how did it get this way? i hear about the new system. as long as i have been in the business, 25 years, i have heard of the new system that keeps coming. it never comes. >>guest: now it is called next janet. now it is yesterday's janet. we don't know what it will do. i have an article that said it would be fixed by 2000. no, the problem, we do not have accountability to fix it. until we do, and we get the airlines to demand it, we will have incidents like we read in the "new york times" today. >>shepard: tell us what the system needs? >>guest: in the air, we need a free flight system that lets airplanes go where they want did go without
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flight 93 memorial park. the san francisco-bound flight crashed in shanksville, pennsylvania. carol o'hare says her mother was moving to the bay area from new jersey that day. >> i woke up to have a very happy day when my mother was moving to california from new jersey, and only to see the twin towers being hit on tv as i was getting ready to go to the airport to pick her up. and the day just evolved from there, not knowing where she was. >> a founder of the memorial says he wasn't expecting such a large turnout today. each year he also holds a ceremony for those who died on flight 93 on memorial day. >>> across the country, tributes and emotions poured out throughout the day. in lower manhattan, the scene was more intimate than in years past. let's bring in nbc bay area's daniele from the world trade center, at least near that area where it once stood. danielle? >> reporter: good evening. we can't show you this right now with our cameras because of where i'm standing, but right in front of me are two tributes of light. they're symbolizing the world trade centers that fell during the attac
, wanted. a few good goats. chicago's o'hare airport. the area is outside of security fence. >> after i compare you so kindly to the male model. >> because you're an animal lover. america knows that, okay? >>> time now for the weather and over to ginger zee. >> oh, man. let's start right away in central washington. let's get into a town of wenatchee, everybody's going to school, covering themselves up. that will continue unfortunately this week. redding at 95. the northwest weather here with that big high is going to settle the air down unfortunately. next up, i want to show you a look at where the cool air is, in the center of the nation, a big push of cool air will come through. that's the big picture. let's get a check now a little closer to home. >> this weather report has been brought to you by cvs pharmacy. >> thank you ginger. >>> newly released video of a toddler in the hands of a 300-pound gorilla the story behind this astonishing video. >>> and ladies, because the temperatures are rising. we're talking about the world's hottest man in the world, he's here in our studio. coming
's that out the window, are those goats? there's a part of chicago's o'hare airport that's tough to mow. so, they may let loose 30 goats out among the jets and fumes to see how they do in keeping the grass and weeds at bay. they'll be outside the security fence, so they won't be running around on the runways. as odd as this sounds, the next time you're flying in or out of atlanta or san francisco, look closely. they use goats at those two airports as well. coming up, the u.s. stock market bounced on the fed's bond-buying bet, so what has bond buying done for the eurozone? but first, even if the fed move does bring down mortgage rates, you still need a strong credit score. but which score - there are dozens of 'em. we'll sort it out for you, after this in- the-know message. ñçbÑ the all-important credit score. it is simply a measure of your credit worthiness. you know the rules: the higher the number, the better the chances that you'll get a loan and it'll have a good interest rate. but did you know this? there are donzens of credit scores, not just the good ol' fico. i didn't know this.
of chicago o'hare during severe thunderstorms, united airlines had the worst on time rate. >> and united is planning on web site upgrades by the end of the month. passengers will be able to see if they're in line for an upgrade as soon as booking a flight. currently only allowing to check upgrade wait lists 24 hours before they fly. and otherwise have to call head of time to find out if they qualify for that upgrade. >> if you're an aspiring chef here is a chance to take home cash. and there is panera offering $10,000 for the most creative new sandwich. the winning sandwich will be added to menus in participating cafes and will get $500 worth of panera gift cards and free baggels for a year. people don't know carolyn is a great cook. so, i can watch and eat. so there is a sample. >> barry isn't a big bread guy. >> is there a wrap category? >> i think they do have wrap there's. >> we should talk about menu options later on. >> that could work. >> still ahead at 4:00 there are serious kre qes about raised after this video. a toddler playing with a gorilla. you'll hear from the now grown up
. all but two involved chicago's o'hare airport. no bay area airports had any. >>> the subtle endeavor was supposed to be blown to los angeles today but rough weather postponed the trip till wednesday. it will be bolted to the top of a jumbo jet and stop in houston and california before arriving in los angeles on friday. that will go on display that california science center. >>> tickets went on sale today for the a's post season. we will tell you what is still available. >> and i am back here in a few minutes tracking the fog right now. when i come back we will look that five-day forecast and show you significant changes coming throughout the week. ñçbÑ >>> more live pictures of the occupy rally in downtown san francisco on the one year anniversary of the occupy wall street movement. protesters have been matching for the fast few -- marching for the past few hours. they are now at montgomery and california. they have gone one block east. a lot about this picture stays the same. marchers, it appears to be peaceful. crews on the scene are falling the action. >>> the police academy is
?" pilots are expected to picket thursday at airports such as o'hare in chicago. plane orders are piling up in boeing's inbox, and a key union wants what it feels is its fair share of the company's success. the leaders of the union that represents engineers is directly telling its 23,000 members that it strongly recommends they reject the planemaker's contract offer, which includes higher pay but also the requirement that employees pay more for health insurance. boeing says the union is breaking faith with the company by going directly to its membership, creating an atmosphere of mistrust. the present contract runs out october 6th. across the globe, a territorial dispute between japan and china may start to have a larger effect on trade. protests have erupted in recent days over a chain of islands located between china and japan. japan's government announced plans to buy the islands last week, while the chinese government argues they have long been part of china's territory. the dispute is threatening a shutdown of trade in the two eastern economies. major exports to japan include rare ear
cancelled right and left 100 pilots expected to pick it thursday at o'hare the canceled 61 flights today far more than any other carrier. they say they are reducing their october schedule but up to 2% management claims that pilots were calling in sick there is bad blood as america fights to get out of bankruptcy and imposes wage cuts. you may call the second chance agency if he tried to reduce your taxes and lost you can try again by going to the cook county board review two men who work there are under a federal investigation charged with accepting bribes. first, we learned that by tomorrow morning at 930 the bird must turn over records to a grand jury the federal subpoena obtained by wgn is demanding all tax complaints and appeals filed from july 1, 1920 08 to december 30th its 20 08 the same time. these employees were accused of taking bribes but our investigation on the probe may go beyond the alleged bribe takers. this time it involves five properties in suburban coke owned by center point properties those properties got tax reductions center point would not comment saying the subpoenas
... clearing cooler after the evening showers tonight. 48 at o'hare ... '50s and the city and near the lakeshore seasonably mild on saturday... 74 degrees. time now for today's triviain what year did the bears start playing at soldier field? a. 1969 b. 1971 c. 1973 the answer is ahead in this hour of the wgn midday news. every load of laundry is worth about $200. really? one cap of downy protects $200 worth of clothes. prove it to me. ultra downy softeners protect fibers. there's no comparison. nice downy's pretty much saving our clothes. yeah, ultra downy saves loads. here are your winning picked three numbers:k 3 numbers: 6 8 9 power ball jackpot is now $125 million ... lotto is $2.5 million here are the winning pick four numbers: 7 8 1 4 hi, i'm amy for downy unstopables in-wash scent boosters here with my favorite new intern, jimmy. mmm! fresh! and it's been in the closet for 12 weeks! unbelievable! unstopables! follow jimmy on downy.com for free samples in medical watch.. popping a pill may ease your pain.. but it could also damage your ears. a new stu
and a half. so there could be delays with early travel through o'hare and midway this morning. futurecast, got the scattered showers and storms. lunch time metro and especially south of us. i think for the afternoon that threat may be more south than north as we're looking at 4:15 now. maybe southern maryland could get into the action. could be heavier showers and storms there. generally quiet tonight. on thursday afternoon we're going to pop a few more of those showers and storms here and there in the afternoon. i think the activity tomorrow should be less than today and even less activity on friday. so temperatures are going to respond up. 2k58 7, maybe -- 87, maybe 88 with enough sunshine. 70s again tonight. upper 60s in the cool spots. 93 tomorrow and friday with a few storms tomorrow. isolated storms friday. saturday looks unsettled. scattered showers and storms, 87. there's the cooler weather. monday and tuesday highs in the upper 70s. lows 50s and 60s. monika samtani, good morning. >>> good morning. things are looking good outside i'm happy to say. we're in that last few minutes of
at o'hare airport today. dozens of people formed teams to play tug-of-war with an airlplane all in the name of fundraising for the special olympics! the airbus weighs more than 90 tons! participants pooled their strength to try to move the plane 20 feet, in the shortest amount of time possible. this is the fourth year for the event. and the winning team was "d-3" from the chicago fire department. para >> the battle for the playoffs continues... >> a winter without hockey? nhl lockout possibly... details next in sports... break we put a week's worth of bad odors in a home. some aerosols may just mix with them. can febreze really remove them? we asked real people what they thought. take a deep breath for me. describe the smell. it's very pleasant. fresh. some kind of flower maybe? remove the blindfold... awww, oh yuck! i didn't smell any of that! febreze air effects doesn't mix, it actually removes odors. [ laughs ] wow, that's incredible. just another way febreze helps you breathe happy. where's dave? it's almost 10:00. should we get h
to the '50s in some areas later in the day much cooler 50 at o'hare and 40's in land. mostly sunny and beautiful weather on friday and that will carry over into the weekend to. that opens the prospects for a nice weekend. >> summer's gone. there is still some warm weather left. don't give up. this is the mice have item for all of sea-tac heads out there. apple unveils the new iphone. and change is coming to the mcdonald's menu but it has nothing to do with the food. ♪ ♪ ♪ pop goes the world ♪ ♪ it goes something like this ♪ [ female announcer ] pop in a whole new kind of clean with new tide pods... just one removes more stains than the 6 next leading pacs combined. pop in. stand out. sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, x: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering and i found myself in the middle of this parade honoring america's troops. which is actually quite fitting because ge
... the weekend looks marvelous with the cooler air pushing southward ... it's 76 right now at o'hare but all over the area it's very comfortable ... the wind has not been much of a factor in will pick up later today in advance of that storm that should develop mid to late afternoon cool air over the weekend will be followed by a punch of warm air coming from the west and an eight maybe nine days from now there will be another pocket of cold air coming into chicago that will drop this daytime high temperatures into the '70s ... the mold counts have been higher for a few days its high again today along with the grass pollen but there ragweed is moderate ... here's the line of storms that were watching: they are expected to build during the day there are passing showers developing well in advance late this afternoon probably during rush- hour expect rain ... we have some big thunderstorms in parts of central kansas if you are keeping up with hurricane leslie it as windhas been downsized and michael is still a category 2 hurricane neither storm well affect the u.s. mainland the national hurricane ce
in the metro area tomorrow and this follows healthy rains. 98 in o'hare today, 97 at omaha but here's the clear air waiting in the wins. 95 in st. charles today. that is the 46 time we have hit 90 degrees tomorrow we tie the record for the most 90's in chicago and we may do that before those storms arrive. we are eminently ready to get in on the storm's a severe thunderstorm watch in effect until 2:00 p.m.. variable winds at 4-14 tomorrow a mix of sun and clouds allowing it to get heated again. we will develop new storms in the afternoon or evening and those could be severe with more weather watches and high 90. tomorrow night storms at 64 in the beautiful cooler and less human thursday a high of 82 with more rain late in the week and into saturday morning. coming up michelle obama about to take the stage we will take a portion of the speech coming up. for [ female announcer ] over the years your mouth has sipped, snacked, ...yellowed... lived, loved ...yellowed... chatted, chewed, ...yellowed. and over all those years, your teeth...have yellowed. fact is, if you're
at o'hare and a 90 on wednesday which could bring an isolated thunderstorm with gusty winds in the afternoon of wednesday there is a severe weather threat there are even he is visor is as you can see from the south year. this is for high winds up in southern alaska. that weather system will buckle the jet stream. we have near 90 during the day on wednesday that it will cool off a little bit on thursday. tomorrow an early shower, partly sunny hot and humid. hot and humid again with a good chance of storms and maybe some severe storms for wednesday. and then we cool off a little bit. an update from aldermen whose district is right around the lake front. veterinarians have confirmed this you were supposed to look for fever, flew like symptoms and loss of appetite if they can catch it early enough you can treat it. coming up, big cuts are on the way to make up for pension mistakes in a bit of relief coming your way, cheaper gas why prices will drop significantly soon after labor day. excuse us, while we change into something more comfortable. cool. introducing, the square
the metropolitan and suburban areas ... it was 52 at o'hare and at midway this morning ... overnight temperatures were down in the 40's in the suburbs. we have '80s coming over the next couple of days a real chill was in the upper midwest ... we are still four degrees warmer than we were one year ago. at this hour 94 degrees in rapid city south dakota ... temperatures are warmer to many parts out west ... we will be well into the '80s for the next several days ... the wind will be picking up this evening and the air is nice and dry ... there high values of mold and grass pollen counts ... the headline is sunshine and warmer temperatures and a wet end of the week system with the possibility of an inch of rain ... here is how this warm-up works: the cool air mass sweeps through we get a storm late in the week the weekend could be wedt... the highs today are in the '70s it will be in the '50s overnight 40's in the suburbs ... but the southerly wind will push us back into the 80s tomorrow ... 92 linda yellin iowain desmoines iowa.... by wednesday we will have some moisture arriving there will be
and perhaps even monday we will see daytime high temperatures and a little below normal. 62 right now at o'hare airport we did have a really breezy afternoon that accompanied the cold front but the winds have begun selling down a bit generally coming out of the northwest. the wind gust forecast for the weekend shows more gusty winds possible as we go into saturday or sunday probably sunday will be the gutsiest day of the two. notice the clair is steadily over the area that finally gives ground and allows warm air coming into the first part of next week probably tuesday and wednesday but that will be followed by another episode of chilly temperatures at least relatively chilly. indoor readings expected in the '70s that will be followed once again by more temperatures expected to be in the '80s do point temperatures some of you in the western suburbs may have temperatures in the low 50s. some of these were fairly strong and in fact we had severe reports through parts of northern indiana. there is a severe thunderstorm watch which continues in effect until midnight as you can see it does affect p
degrees at o'hare the temperature at midway is around 60 degrees 62 along the lakefront here in chicago ... we won't see too much increase in temperatures today because of the cloud cover but out in north dakota they have freeze warnings in effect and freeze watches all over this day ... temperatures are in the mid-20s out there that's the cold air coming from canada sitting with us over the weekend ... this will moderate on monday there's a good chance we may get into the '70s by monday or tuesday ... not everybody will be getting frost the farther from the lake that you are the higher the probability ... there is plenty of moisture in the air and the rain to work with ... you can see tomorrow we expect wind gusts around 30 mi. per hour ... not much to concern yourself with with the pollen counts but the mold categories are high ... rain showers are pushing into the chicago area we hear thunder up north ... spotty throughout the day here in the city ... mac hailstones in part of southeastern missouri they did this morning ... it looks like sunday will be the gorgeous day this weeken
. also try new crest pro-health clinical plaque control toothpaste. o'hare dropped to 37 degrees this morning northwest suburban mchenry was 30 degrees we had reports of frost across the northern suburbs ... the temperature has been shot up 25 degrees ... that's the result of a song strong southwesterly wind ... there's lots of bright sunshine that there but the wind could be challenging gusts as high as 30 mi. per hour might get recorded ... 62 degrees now we should be on the way to 70 degrees possibly 68 degrees as the high today here in chicago there is warm weather in texas and oklahoma ... more warm weather moving east from the west that could produce some rainshowers and the downstate area chicago macy's some scattered showers here is the bulk of this cool air with time it's expected to raise the chicago area tomorrow ... we may get into the '70s. this cool air is still hugging the midwest ... we might be a few degrees below normal throughout the entire week and there's a big chunk of cold air coming down from northwestern canada ... the wind is 10-20 mi. per hour gusting
they are taking against theon despite conducting atformational picketing o'hare airport. scrutiny.d up no safety has been compromised, but federal monitors are making more checks. the company plans to cut an attempt to and service reliable minimize impact. are leftas passengers in the middle. to shopngar for thanksgiving. they do have a choice. airlines need to get their act together. >> even if american survives bankruptcy, can it survive the ?amaged customer confidence hundreds of people standing lines to they are getting paid to do it. >> and walmart says no thanks to the reader.it the ree- >> walmart will not carry amazon products any more beyond its inventory. that means no more kindle e- tablets.nd when wal-mart sells a kindle, e money for mor competitors. shares of amazon fell on the news. the long lines outside apple be a jobuld opportunity for you. arrangements are being made through web sites where you could wait in line for someone. one woman is a professional line waiter. and she iser pays $55 left with $45. live at bloomberg headquarters york, linda bell reporting. >> or just order
of that disease with four dead ... o'hare airport is hosting a special kind of drive through today flu shots are being given away to keep drivers and passengers safe this flu season nancy loo joins us live with the story many cabdriver's go without getting flu shots in spite of their exposure to the general public on a daily basis many of these drivers are getting vaccinated for the first time today >>the majority of these drivers do not have health care ... it's hard to stay healthy throughout the course of the winter but they must stay productive and pull in their revenue ... >>by protecting our cab drivers who should essentially be protecting the city as well the city health department has made 2000 flu shots available for free distribution they plan a similar event next tuesday for taxi and limousine drivers at midway airport musicians went on strike last week forcing the c s zero to cancel the last saturday show management proposed raising health insurance costs by 7 percent in the new contract both sides reached a tentative three- year deal yesterday and that orchestra ratified th
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